Finally, a safe, ultra-durable chew toy that will keep your dog busy for hours!
We’ve been testing the Love To Chew YumBone here at the iHeartDogs office for a few weeks now, and our pups are pretty impressed.
The genius part of these ultra-durable, nylon bone is the mini flavor pockets – perfect for spreading inside peanut butter. This flavor boost gives this already tantalizing chew an irresistible flavor for your pup.
And if you have a heavy chewer, fear not. These made-in-the-USA bones slowly wear down over time, but will not chunk off like most rubber toys can. Typically, small rice-size pieces of nylon slowly chip off the bone. Most dogs don’t swallow these tiny pieces, but if they do its no problem, they pass safely and easily!
If you don’t have a heavy-chewing dog, this bone still provides plenty of entertainment. The flavor pockets hide the peanut butter deep inside, giving your dog a run for their money and taking a good while to extract all the delicious flavor. Keeps them entertained for a long time!
The YumBones are hefty in size and curved, so they’re easier for your dog to pick up and hold when chewing.
Which Size YumBone is Right for My Dog?
- ✓ Medium Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Up to 40 Lbs.
- ✓ Large Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Up to 80 Lbs.
What is YumBone Made Of and Where Are They Made?
- ✓ 100% Nylon with human-grade flavoring
- ✓ Dishwasher Safe
- ✓ Made in the USA
What are the benefits of giving your dog a YumBone?
✓ Giving your dog non-edible bones massages their gums and provides scraping action on their teeth, much like a dental hygienist descaling the plaque from human teeth.
✓ It helps healthy chewing and makes for a more entertaining experience
✓ It discourages destructive behavior when they your dogs get bored.
UPDATE – March 11, 2019 – Please note that at this time we’re down to less than one hundred YumBones left, but we’re working with the manufacturer to produce more asap!
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